Marc Dombrosky lives and works with his wife Shannon Eakins in Las Vegas, and he is sensitive to sunlight.
Marc Dombrosky, PLASMA. Embroidery on found envelope. 2009.
"I don't know if the writing on the envelope is a reminder for dropping off or picking up.
The envelope is from the Department of Social and Health Services.
It's also printed on recycled (resurrected?) paper, which probably had a prior life somewhere:
And plasma? In Tacoma, you can donate here: www.cascadebloodcenters.org
Plasma is: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Blood_plasma
Tru Blood: www.trubeverage.com
Sleep all day, party all night, never grow old."
Marc Dombrosky lives and works with his wife Shannon Eakins in Las Vegas. He has had solo exhibitions at Portland Art Museum and Platform Gallery Project Space, and his works have been shown at Tacoma Art Museum; Museum of Northwest Art, La Conner, WA; Whatcom Museum of History and Art, Bellingham, WA; d.e.n. contemporary, Los Angeles; PDX Contemporary, Fourteen30, and Gallery Homeland, Portland; Davidson Contemporary, SOIL Artist Collective, and the Center on Contemporary Art, Seattle, as well as the traveling exhibition "Skirting the Line: Conceptual Drawing" (organized by DePauw University, Greencastle, IN). Upcoming projects include a solo exhibition at Platform Gallery (2010) and inclusion in the exhibition Traces, at the Gregg Museum of Art & Design in Raleigh, NC (2011). He is currently an adjunct professor at University of Nevada Las Vegas and holds an MFA from The Ohio State University. His projects are represented by Platform Gallery in Seattle.
Undead is a group exhibition inspired by braineaters and bloodsuckers. On view from October 7 - 31, 2009 in the Telephone Room Gallery. Viewable by appointment almost anytime—don't be scared, email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Visit us - Please visit our newest projects on our blogs at shannoneakins.com and marcdombrosky.com
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